Small business is all about resilience, and according to business strategist Suzi Chen, the key to fostering that flexibility is embracing change and finding opportunity in an uncertain future.

Suzi will share her wealth of knowledge on how businesses can learn to live in the future when she joins the Small Business Skills Summit as a presenter on August 7. The summit begins on August 6.

Suzi’s topic is “Be in the Future: How to Spot a Trend”, and she explains that it will cover three essential elements:

  1. Change is inevitable. So don’t bury your head in the sand, but learn to appreciate it.
  2. Embrace the uncertainty in the future as it can be full of opportunities.
  3. Incorporate trendspotting into your routine business operation so you are always “living in the future”.

As a business resilience strategist with a medical research and project management background, Suzi’s aim is to help businesses and professionals be future ready.

“I have worked with organisations, large and small, from the public, non-profit, IT and telecommunications, construction and small business sectors,” she notes.

“Some of my career highlights include delivering multi-million dollar projects, leading state-level budget and bid submissions and authoring opinion and options papers that contributed to community safety framework and policies.”

Suzi is the founder and principal consultant of Notonos Global, a consulting firm that helps companies and professionals stay market relevant and competitive by turning future uncertainty into opportunity.

And she states she’s thrilled to now offer her expertise to small business as part of a stellar lineup of over 60 presenters, spanning the 11-day skills summit.

“Business operators shouldn’t underestimate how many skills are required to run a successful small business. What better than learning those skills from fellow business owners who are an expert in their chosen field and have real experience?”

Unlike traditional small business conferences, the 11-day skills summit doesn’t require participants to attend multi-day events or guru-style seminars.

Instead, it allows the skills relevant to your business to be delivered direct to your inbox, with the 60 presenters offering invaluable insight all delivering their expertise online. Attendees can take advantage of the live presentations to ask questions directly afterwards, or view the content at their leisure for three months following the event.

Linda Reed Enever is the founder of Business Business Business, an online resources, and networking community which initiated the summit, and she explained the format of the summit was designed to meet business needs.

“We know small businesses are busy and chances are owners don’t have the time or budget to participate in lengthy, location-based events.

“That’s why the Skills Summit offers access online and participants can pick and choose the items that interest them

“With topics ranging from business figures to business mindset and marketing, there’s something for everyone in the small business realm.”

The Small Business Skills Summit runs from August 6 to 16, with enrollments open now at



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Linda Reed-Enever on 0433 149 319

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